Gold manadhe, silver manadhe. National anthem malli mogindhi. Another teenager who’s made a mark in the country and another great story to be written in history. Today started on the note of India winning two medals in the same category in the shooting. Manish Narwal gets the gold and Singhraj Adhana gets his second medal by winning a silver medal. And with that India wins its third gold medal in the Tokyo Paralympics. This season has been all about setting new records and our para-athletes are doing it and how.
Bros before gold! 😜September 4, 2021
This article is all about today’s star gold medalist, Manish Narwal. This 19-year-old teenager story is no less than a tale of inspiration for the coming generations. Manish is a Faribabad, Haryana based boy who has an ailment on his right hand since birth. Tanu first class lo unnapudu realise aiyyadu that he was different from others. Appudu chala baadha padi, world ni face cheyyadaniki bhayapadina, he gathered himself without giving up.
Chinnapati nunche sports ante chala ishtam Manish ki. He was more into outdoor sports. Football was his favourite sport and he wanted to make his career in it. Though he was good in the game, he couldn’t get past playing in the local club level because of his right-hand ailment. That is when he decided to change the sport and work towards something that holds a good future for him.
Manish valla father Dilbagh Narwal kuda sportsperson avvadam tho sports importance telusu kabatti he made sure to do everything for his kid to be a sportsperson. They were searching for a sport for Manish when they came across shooting in 2016. Oka family friend suggestion tho shooting range ki velli coach Rakesh Thakur ni kalisaaru. That was the turning point of his life.
Shooting ni first-time chudagaane chala interest develop aindhi Manish ki. Danitho regular ga practice cheyyadam start chesadu. Though he din’t know anything about the para-athletic journeys, he just practiced and competed with his friends for fun.
2017 lo coach Jai Prakash Nautiyal caught the talent of Manish Narwal. And since then, it has been a great ride in his shooting journey. Only india loone kakunda, world loone top shooters lo peru techukunnadu. Compete chesthu, medals win avthu, he stood to be world no. 4 in the rankings.
In just the past few years Manish won a total of 19 medals, in different competitions and different countries. To stand on the top achievements is winning gold at the 2018 Asian Para Games, three medals at the 2019 World Championships in Sydney, and total’s win above all.
Tana great performances inka achievements tho Arjuna Award ki kuda hakkudaarudu aiyyadu. This is one of the greatest things for him as Arjuna is the highest award to be given to any sportsperson honoring their journey.
10m lo medal miss aina kuda hope kolipokunda, he moved on to the next event. P4 mixed 50m pistol event lo, qualification lo manchi performance tho seventh lo finish chesadu. And in the finals today morning, Manish scored a total of 218.2m. This not just got him the gold medal but also created a world record at the Paralympics.
His win has been celebrated greatly in all the country as people were delighted for the gold homecoming and also the national anthem being played again in Tokyo.
Congratulatory messages came pouring. Have a look at a few:
Glory from the Tokyo #Paralympics continues. Great accomplishment by the young and stupendously talented Manish Narwal. His winning the Gold Medal is a special moment for Indian sports. Congratulations to him. Best wishes for the coming times. #Praise4Para. pic.twitter.com/gGHUXnetWA— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 4, 2021
1-2 for India! The stuff of dreams…Gold for Manish Narwal with a Paralympic record in mixed 50m SH1! And Silver for Singhraj Adhana, his second medal of the #Tokyo2020 Paralympics. Just Incredible. Congratulations to both, we all are so proud #Praise4Para— Abhinav A. Bindra OLY (@Abhinav_Bindra) September 4, 2021
This is fantastic. #GOLD for 19-year-old Manish Narwal in Mixed 50m Pistol SH1 Final .
Also Singhraj Adhana winning his second medal of the #Paralympics winning a Siver.September 4, 2021
Manish, you are an example of how barriers are meant to be broken in order to reach heights and bring glory and honour to our country. The whole nation is extremely proud of you.
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